Geralt and Ciri are finally coming back to Netflix. After a long-delayed filming process, The Witcher season 2 will debut on Netflix on Dec. 17, the streaming service announced on Friday during its first ever WitcherCon.
The Witcher season 2 sees Geralt and Ciri finally united after searching for each other throughout the first season. The two will spend quite a bit of time at Kaer Morhen, the base of operations for the Witchers and where the demon-hunters spend the winter. While Geralt is Ciri’s primary caretaker, she will also learn with some of the other Witchers at the castle — including characters like Lambert and Vesemir.
Just like the previous season of the show, it seems that season 2 will once again involve flashbacks to some of Geralt’s earlier monster hunting days too. In fact, during the first panel of WitcherCon, the panelists revealed a sneak preview of a Leshen. The dear skull-headed monstrosity should be familiar to fans of the video game franchise, and those who backed the recent tabletop game on Kickstarter.
The Witcher season 2 will begin streaming on Netflix on Dec. 17, when all 10 episodes are released at once.